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Nephilim war axe found (w/ pics)

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posted on Apr, 25 2014 @ 08:37 AM
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a reply to: schadenfreude




The date of it, and the size of the man, (as well as what it's use was for) was NOT speculated by me, but by an archeologist.


I would not trust any archaeologist that would say that it would take a 10-12 foot man to use something 6 pounds.

That is completely absurd.




posted on Apr, 25 2014 @ 12:23 PM
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originally posted by: Granite
a reply to: schadenfreude
See any rune markings...like Kennington rune stone?
Nice thread!



Any markings would likely be worn off, if it ever had any.



posted on Apr, 25 2014 @ 04:25 PM
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interesting the Famed Ancient Mounds in Ohio that some claim to be Giant Burial Ground's and the Ones that built them claiming to be like 10 to 12 feet tall that the Smithsonian Institute has taken as was Claimed. with alot of strange Artifact found

Bratton, OH ( Serpent Mound ) to Youngstown, OH ( the Found Stone Axe )
maps.google.com...

272+ Miles


ohh this is interesting in the Museum by the Serpent Mound in Ohio




Anyone Notice what the Shape of the Skulls in this miniature Burial Mound ?

Elongated High Forehead like Skulls kinda sorta like the Peruvian Skulls

maybe its just me

There Must of been alot of Giants in Ohio around the 300 mile Radius

most were claim in the late 19th century and most is referred as Hoax

with this Axe well maybe more of a Mace/Club then a Axe

Giants of Ohio and the Mound Builders
Mary Sutherland, author of Living in the Light

www.burlingtonnews.net...


Origins of the Ohio Valley Giants Revealed!

WHERE DID THE OHIO VALLEY GIANTS COME FROM?
gianthumanskeletons.blogspot.com...
moundbuilder.blogspot.com...




Nice Find of the ( Axe Mace Hammer ) Let see if there any more looking like the Same around the Area !

Then that's more Evidence to the Puzzle


These Giants Nephilim may of look like this

Those this one was discovered in California in the Late 19th Century




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posted on Apr, 25 2014 @ 10:38 PM
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You said you weighed the rock at just over 6 pounds.

Go to Lowes or Home Depot, or any hardware store of your choice. Go to the tools section and take a look at their sledge hammers.
Look for the ones that are 5 pounds (only a 1 pound difference).

Now, pick it up and heft it. Swing it a few times.

I have one here at my house that I use for splitting wood. Sometimes I'm having to sit there and swinging it for hours at a time with my wedge to split wood.

I'm only 6 foot even.

Now again: please explain why someone would have to be 10 to 12 feet tall to wield a 6 pound weapon?

Take a look at some melee weapons, especially battle axes and maces during the middle ages. Many of them weighed up to 6 pounds.......

And none of them were 10 to 12 feet in height.

You've been asked several times now: why would someone need to be 10 to 12 feet in height to be able to handle, swing or throw a 6 pound object?



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 01:02 AM
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a reply to: Destinyone

You are absolutely correct, critical thinking is for chumps. On a side note, I found what appears to be a huge chunk of salt next to a bunch of deer carcass. I used my thinking cap and figured that theoretically this was carried to Oregon by an angel who must have witnessed the destruction of Sodom.
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edit on 4/26/2014 by fenson76 because: The power of Christ compelled me.



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 07:26 AM
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originally posted by: stirling
Could there be organic materials that may be carbon dated still in the groove?
If its Nephelim its older than 4000 yrs I think....it may belong to the Giants with the double rows of teeth that roamed the west and were wiped out by the Native Americans...


This is why the world is going crazy... How can one believe such nonsense?



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 07:38 AM
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Looks like a chert nodule. I have one about the size of 2 fisted hands and it is Heavy for it's size.
www.google.com... iw=1440&bih=775
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posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 08:04 AM
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a reply to: schadenfreude

After a quick web search I found a very similar item here: www.iceageartifacts.com...

I don't think that your particular war-hammer head is quite as old as purported.

But as for the size of that thing...it's rather impressive. I'm pretty sure it would have been difficult to wield, even by a rather large fellow.



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 02:26 PM
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a reply to: schadenfreude

"It couldn't be older, otherwise the flood would wash it off imo"

Come on man really?


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posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 02:50 PM
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But as for the size of that thing...it's rather impressive. I'm pretty sure it would have been difficult to wield, even by a rather large fellow.


I cannot seem to wrap my head around people thinking that something 6 pounds could only be lifted by a large fellow or someone 10-12 feet tall.

Am I missing something here?

Am I just Superman-like with my strength??



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 03:02 PM
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originally posted by: JameSimon

originally posted by: stirling
Could there be organic materials that may be carbon dated still in the groove?
If its Nephelim its older than 4000 yrs I think....it may belong to the Giants with the double rows of teeth that roamed the west and were wiped out by the Native Americans...


This is why the world is going crazy... How can one believe such nonsense?


Old Stirling lives is a remarkable different world from our own.



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 03:07 PM
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originally posted by: JameSimon

originally posted by: stirling
Could there be organic materials that may be carbon dated still in the groove?
If its Nephelim its older than 4000 yrs I think....it may belong to the Giants with the double rows of teeth that roamed the west and were wiped out by the Native Americans...


This is why the world is going crazy... How can one believe such nonsense?

Negative...

THIS is why the world is going crazy:


"The truth tastes funny to those accustomed to a steady diet of lies." ~ Dave vonKleist

"There is a veil that covers the eyes of man creating an illusion to the things we cannot see. There is so much more to this world but without removing the veil one may not ever see it. The last line of the prologue is one piercing statement, "But man has forgotten how to listen". The awakening of man will only happen when man begins to listen to his creator." from the film "Lady in the Water"



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 03:33 PM
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originally posted by: Hanslune

originally posted by: JameSimon

originally posted by: stirling
Could there be organic materials that may be carbon dated still in the groove?
If its Nephelim its older than 4000 yrs I think....it may belong to the Giants with the double rows of teeth that roamed the west and were wiped out by the Native Americans...

This is why the world is going crazy... How can one believe such nonsense?

Old Stirling lives is a remarkable different world from our own.
He's not alone, though, and that's scary. I'm not going to go through the lecture on why the ol' west was populated with giants, etc. What I will address is the...hopefully unconscious...racism exhibited when we get these stories that try to inform us that the ancestors of today's First Nations were somehow incapable of monumental architecture like the Mississippi Mounds and such...and that they slew those who were. In the 1800's, those fabrications were key to land grabs and wonky religion (and both). Today, there's no excuse. Deny Ignorance, indeed!



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 03:43 PM
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a reply to: JohnnyCanuck

There are a remarkable group of people here (ATS's Ancient civilizations forum) from the knowledgeable, the curious, the believers in x or y, to fanatics who'll believe about anything as long as its factual wrong and those that live in alternative worlds, unrelated to our own - it makes the place interesting indeed - just not terribly serious.



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 05:29 PM
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This is part of the problem with archaeologists. They are neither anatomist/physiologists, botanists, engineers, carpenters, architects, doctors etc, but they claim to be experts in these fields all the time.

Bottom line here is that if your archaeologist says that it takes a 9.5-12 ft person to wield a 7 lb hammer, he is inept and easily proven as incapable of making these kinds of claims accurately.



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 05:40 PM
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Hmmm...looks more like an ancient boat anchor stone to me. The groove had a rope tied around it something like this image of another anchor stone from New Zealand.



Some had holes bored through for the rope, others were sandwitched and held pressed between two or more sticks or poles, others had a rope around a groove like yours.



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 06:03 PM
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a reply to: MysterX

yup similar, i was thinking of weights for a casting net or a tension weight for a loom



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 07:34 PM
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originally posted by: Chamberf=6
a reply to: kelbtalfenek


But as for the size of that thing...it's rather impressive. I'm pretty sure it would have been difficult to wield, even by a rather large fellow.


I cannot seem to wrap my head around people thinking that something 6 pounds could only be lifted by a large fellow or someone 10-12 feet tall.

Am I missing something here?

Am I just Superman-like with my strength??


No, it is just written by someone who rarely leaves their mum's basement, so lifting anything greater than a energy drink is hard work!



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 09:26 PM
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originally posted by: Halfswede
This is part of the problem with archaeologists. They are neither anatomist/physiologists, botanists, engineers, carpenters, architects, doctors etc, but they claim to be experts in these fields all the time.

Bottom line here is that if your archaeologist says that it takes a 9.5-12 ft person to wield a 7 lb hammer, he is inept and easily proven as incapable of making these kinds of claims accurately.


Depends, most if not all archaeologists take physical anthropology, other areas they either learn or task specialists to aide them. When I was doing that sort of fun work we spent ten years learning how to fight with ancient weapons, from that we found out why helmets and shields were one of the first items 'invented' in the change from hunting equipment to man killing-war equipment. We also learned what parts of the body got hit most offend and what internal changes using a weapons would cause (in a swords or axe men and overly developed wrist and elbow and in shield me thousands of tiny fractures in his shield arm, etc)

You can get a feel for that in Lawrence Keeley's work. To do the above we tapped into those with expert knowledge in those fields from Japanese martial artists, to those who made equipment, and those who still engaged in primitive war, ie in NG and the Amazon we also studied ancient battle mass graves, in particular the ones associated with Towton and Visby.

As for the claim above, I don't think an actual archaeologists would make such a claim, if he/she did they were just wrong - or an anthropologist!



posted on Apr, 26 2014 @ 11:53 PM
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a reply to: eriktheawful

I've been asked several times now, and I've ignored several times now, because of the simple fact that I've already supplied the info that you're asking, and after posting the distinction TWICE, I see no need to make it a third!


I'm being serious here, not trying to be a douche.

So, for the last time, what part of "I didn't make the claim of how tall the guy was, nor how much he had to weigh, NOR what the actual object MUST be.

My only personal claim to the story & pics is that I was the one that took the pics, and I was the one that gave theory that the stone was for Nephilim AND THAT'S IT.

I hear alot of garbage about medieval weapons and sledgehammers and all that nonsense. Try that crap one-handed. Now, try that crap hitting against something hard. Now try that hitting SOMEONE hard, that hits back. Now, do that about 1000 times. (Depending on how long the fight last, how big the army is, etc)

Now do it accurately. Hit that target within 6 inches, over & over again.

Ppl asking me if I'm serious, while not seeing the entire picture.

Here's a thought I haven't seen anyone else mention; what if the owner of this axe had to fight OTHER Nephilim?

This whole region tells the story of not just a few Nephs, but two entire tribes of them.

But hell, what do the local Indians know anyway?

Is any of this set in stone? Hell no, but stop attributing and asking me as if I was the one that said it.

Clear enough now?



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